A selection of ceramics through the ages (5 second delay) Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology The Collections:
PotWeb: Ceramics online
@ the Ashmolean Museum
Early Europe & Near East
Classical to Medieval
Europe from 1500
Oriental & Islamic

2000 years of pottery forms and shapes
Post Medieval AD 1600 - 1720

Staffordshire /Bristol slipware Staffordshire/Bristol slipware; identifier pw24ad Staffordshire/Bristol slipware; identifier  pw 148d Staffordshire/Bristol slipware; identifier pw 149d  
Posset pot Necked cup Dish
Delftware/Maiolica English delftware, London type; identifier pw 98d English delftware, London type; identifier pw99d Ligurian maiolica; identifier pw 35d English delftware, London and London/Bristol types; identifier pw28d
Rounded mug Cylindrical mug Small carinated bowl Tiny hemispherical bowl & tiny cylindrical mug
Delftware/Maiolica Low Countries delftware; identifier pw162d English delftware, London type;  identifier pw161d English delftware; London type; identifier pw 160d Anglo-Netherlandish delftware; identifier pw33d
Concave-sided jar Concave-sided jar Concave-sided jar Carinated bowl
Delftware/Maiolica English delftware, London  Pickleherring Quay type; identifier pw32d Netherlandish delftware;  identifer pw34d

English delftware, ?London type; identifier pw163ad and 163ad

Carinated bowl Dish Carinated bowl
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